After a failed visit to the Ingleton Waterfalls walk, we headed out back towards the lakes. Using my English Heritage app, we decided to head towards Warton Old Rectory.
After using 3 sat-nav apps and ending up in 3 different places, we eventually found it.
Hidden behind a number of houses, Warton rectory dates back to the 14th century and was constructed as the official residence of the rector of St Oswald’s Church. It is believed to have become abandoned somewhere around 1721.
There isn’t a lot to see there, and not a great deal of information, the sky was grey and dull so I had to make the best of what was there. As I new there wasn’t a lot to see, I decided to do it all on my wide angle.
I’ll be honest, there wasn’t a lot to see here, and that combined with the poor weather, I felt a little let down.
After spending about 20 minutes here, we moved on.
Thanks for looking.